The Guinness Partnership Housing Association

Welcome to The Guinness Partnership, a charitable housing association which provides housing and services across England. We are proud to provide affordable housing to over 120,000 customers. Nationally we own and manage over 60,000 homes and employ 3,000 people. Find out more about how we work with customers, communities, partners and our staff as well as information on our boards, services and performance.

Latest news

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Want to quit smoking? Start with Stoptober

This month we’re encouraging our communities and tenants to quit smoking for good with Public Health England’s Stoptober campaign.

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Our Annual Review and Financial Statements

Our Annual Review and Financial Statements showcase our achievements over the last year and are now available to read online.

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New homes for Tibberton

A tree-planting event in a rural village in Gloucestershire has marked the completion of another Guinness Hermitage housing development.

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Customer satisfaction surveys being carried out by Voluntas

We are committed to providing you with a great service and would like your feedback on how we’re doing.

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What we do

Shared Ownership

Shared Ownership could help you get a foot on the housing ladder

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your care, your home, your choice

Find out more about our Home Care services

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Careers at Guinness

Find a job at the Partnership where we offer a wide range of career opportunities.

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